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Tasting notes from Mahi Wines:
This Wine is a complex, textural Wine that exhibits the slight creaminess on the mid-palate that is the key characteristic of Chardonnay. In order to retain the structure of the Wine we only allow a small portion of the blend to go through malolactic, meaning that the Wine maintains elegance with age. It also allows the Wine to be enjoyed with a wide range of foods, rather than dominating dishes. Marlborough, New Zealand.
Wine match from Award Winning Sommelier Andrea Martinisi
Aucklands: The Grove and Baduzzi
A beautiful wine from Brian Bicknell, one of the most skilled wine makers in New Zealand.
The wine is characterized by a gorgeous bouquet of fresh pears and tangerines, creamy and a touch of spice in the background.
The palate is generous but clean and elegant, I love this with the prawns because they match beautifully the ample texture of the wine and the subtle smokiness from the oak, marries the charred flavours of the prawns.